DAP-Pakatan Harapan will certainly have their hands filled when Lim Guan Eng’s corruption trail begins.
They will the have to channel their energies to proclaim that the government has set him (Lim Guan Eng) up the same way the naive among them believe that Anwar Ibrahim was a victim of a honey trap!
That part they claim to see, but the fact that Anwar dipped his finger or some other appendage in the honey they refuse to see.
So there is little surprise that they are blinded to the Penang Menteri Besar’s using his his office for personal gain. In their minds Lim Guan Eng won the real estate jackpot with the first place prize being a greatly reduced in price Bungalow.
While the Pakatan spin doctors spam the airwaves trying come up with some plausible reason to justify why Lim Guan Eng should not go to prison; DAP-led Pakatan will have to concurrently try and piece together something the resembles an election campaign. Up to this point, they still do not seem to know what they want to do. A situation that may largely be due to the mental exhaustion brought about by coming up with their choice for prime minister; they have nothing left in the tank.
Let’s face it, Lim Kit Siang may try to mask it, his attention will also be divided between his son’s corruption trail and the 14th general election; which will leave Tun Mahathir for the most part on his own.
But isn’t that expecting a lot of someone who is no longer in their prime?
In The Corrodores of Power, Blogger Raja Putra Kamarudin gave the following insight:
Pakatan Harapan is trying to create the fallacy that Mahathir is as good as any man half his age and, in fact, can do more than someone half his age. As they say in America, tell that to the Marines. Mahathir should be on the ground, criss-crossing the country and campaigning every day from dawn to dusk if he really wants Pakatan Harapan to do well in GE14. Two hours a day, three days a week, is not good enough.
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With the start of Lim Guan Eng’s trail for corruption and preparation for the 14th general election DAP-led Pakatak will have their hands full; and Tun Mahathir’s limited work day only adds to their woes!